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TRACK AND FIELD

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Alexandria sisters continue their running careers together as they join the High Performance Team with the Boston Athletic Association. And a 13-year-old cards the first hole-in-one of the season at Hardwood Hills Golf Club.
Ashby-Brandon-Evansville awards sophomore and freshman its top honor.
Silverstreaks hand out MVP honors for boys, girls teams.
Aaron Nack named most improved for the Silverstreaks.
Seniors Emma Ecker and Aleah Miller shared that most-valuable honor among distance runners, and senior Hailie Kent was the most valuable sprinter/hurdler and named the most valuable field athlete.
A season of accomplishments that included Central Lakes Conference and Section 8AA titles and a trip to the state true team meet meant there was plenty to recognize for the Alexandria boys track and field program.

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Doumbia places 4th in the 200, 8th in the 100 and 9th in the 400 while the 4x400m relay team takes 8th.
Alexandria's Emma Ecker, Giselle Jahner, Kasey Soderholm, Jaelyn Miller and Aleah Miller win state AA championships.
Minnewaska takes seventh at MSHSL Class A State Track and Field Meet, while A-B-E, Osakis and West Central Area all put athletes on the podium during the finals.

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